MSU professor tapped for USDA board position
Douglas Buhler, director of MSU's AgBioResearch, has been appointed to a national board of directors of the new Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research. The announcement was made by USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack.View story photos
Leo Kempel recommended as MSU engineering dean
Leo Kempel, who has been acting dean of the MSU College of Engineering since 2013, has been recommended as full-time dean of the college he has served for more than 16 years.View story photos
Prabu David recommended as MSU communication arts dean
Prabu David, currently a professor and associate dean at Washington State University, has been recommended to serve as dean of the MSU College of Communication Arts and Sciences.View story photos
MSU Upper Peninsula Research and Extension Center hosts a field day
MSU's Upper Peninsula Research and Extension Center is hosting a field day at 4 p.m. July 26.
Bioeconomy Institute: Scaling up companies, future entrepreneurs
When MSU accepted the Holland-based Bioeconomy Institute in 2007 as a gift from Pfizer, it took on a $50 million-plus property that was poised to set MSU apart from other universities. The institute offers a wide range of services that appeal to both startup and well-established companies.View story photosView story videos
GCFSI launches research hub in Malawi
The USAID-supported Global Center for Food Systems Innovation at MSU recently launched a regional innovation hub in Malawi in partnership with the Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
MSU researcher to lead NSF advisory committee
MSU forestry professor David Skole was named chair of the National Science Foundation's Advisory Committee for Environmental Research and Education.View story photos
Empowering the next generation of fisheries professionals
MSU's Bill Taylor has received numerous awards and honors befitting an internationally recognized expert in Great Lakes fisheries ecology with a 35-plus-year career full of research discoveries and professional service. But what he loves most is mentoring.View story photos
Discovery may make it easier to develop life-saving stem cells
Not unlike looking for the proverbial needle in a haystack, a team of MSU researchers has found a gene that could be key to the development of stem cells – cells that can potentially save millions of lives by morphing into practically any cell in the body.View story photos
MSU Institute of International Health co-organizes the 2014 Korea One Health Forum
The Institute of International Health continues its efforts of promoting MSU’s vision of global health issues with international partners.